THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, Ap ril 24, 1959- 18
German Composer, Freed by Hitler, Miss Ann Jacobson I Einstein Chapter Yiddish Play
Scheduled May 3, at Art Institute
to Wed in August
Here for Premiere of New Work
Dexter and Monterey and W.
The Dramatic Group of Al-
The term "pure Aryan" gen- and string orchestra by Christ-
bert Einstein Chapter of Bnai 7 Mile at Schaefer, and at
erally carries with it notorious :an Nichelmann and Symphony
Brith, which previously delight- Radom Tailors, Coolidge and
implications; yet, it is necessary No. 1 in G Major for strings,
ed the Jewish Community with 9 Mile, Oak Park, or by calling
to use that description in re- written by Frederick the Great.
their Yiddish presentations, is LI 7 8032.
Julius Chajes, conductor of
ferring to Karl Amadeus Hart-
now in its final rehearsals for
mann, known today as one of the Center Symphony Orches-
the grand offering in Yiddish
of a musical version of Sholem
Germany's leading contempor- tra, will direct a group from the
Detroit Symphony, with Shirley
Aleichem's four-act play, "Dos
Groise Gevins," ("The Big Win-
The frame of reference is Matthews as soloist.
And His Orchestra
nings"), at the Detroit Institute
required since Hartmann, a
Irving Rosengard, cantorial
pure Aryan, is married to a soloist at Temple Israel, will
Louis and Rosa Levinson di-
sing a medley of songs, and
rected the play. Sam Moss is the
During the height of Hitler's Chajas will be at the piano
power, Mrs. Hartmann was during the rendition of Beet-
Lilting songs, music and
taken to the notorious cancen- hoven's Woodwind Quintet.
dances with orchestral accom-
tration camp and crematorium
The concert of German music
paniment, have been added to
at Dachau. The day after her is being presented under the
Formals, Candids, 3 D's, Movies
deportation, her husband, al- artistic direction of Marguerite
For Quality Workmanship
ready esteemed as a composer Kozenn Chajes, with Gov. Wil-
rehearsal since last October.
Call Mr. Rosen
and conductor, came before the liams and Mayor 1\Iiriani as
The story is that of a poor
MISS ANN RUTH JACOBSON
superintendant at Dachau and honorary sponsors.
tailor who wins a fortune in a
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demanded that he be im-
Co-sponsors include Eduard
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham C. sweepstakes. His wife, "a yidene
prisoned together with his wife. Werner, president of the De- Jacobson, of Livonia, announce mit a groisen pisk," and his .,.
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He spent only a brief time troit Federation of Musicians,1 the engagement of their daugh- beautiful young daughter, con-
in the concentration camp be- Dr. Ferdinand Friedensberg, ter, Ann Ruth, to Peter W. tribute to the comedy and
MADE TO ORDER OR
fore he and his wife were re- German Consul in Detroit; the Hirsch, son of Mr. and Mrs. drama of the play.
leased—one of the few such German-American Cultural Cen- Max H. Hirsch, of Reading, Pa.
There will be only one per-
stories of Nazi leniency. And ter; Wayne State University,
The bride-elect is a graduate formance. Tickets are available . CALL ANNA KARBAL'
the order for freedom came Grinnell Foundation of Music of the University of Michigan. at both Borenstein Bookstores, s f:Ii-4*.xx- o>,- ;:- :-.4.w.i:- :::. +ze,:!...:44. .:K.: : , ox:•;+:- .*:?&
personally from Adolf Hitler : and the nationality department Her fiance is a graduate of
For the finest in
who recognized Hartmann's con- of the United Community Ser- Pennsylvania State University
MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT
and is currently a senior at the
tributions to German music.
The composer will be in De-
University of Michigan law
troit this Sunday evening when
An August wedding is planned.
his String Quartet will have its
Due to the occurrence of
Detroit premiere at the Mc-
the final days of Passover
Gregor Memorial Conference I "Firsts" seem to be a habit
on Wednesday and Thurs-
Center of Wayne State Univer- with the PHILADELPHIA OR-
, day, the . deadline for the
sity, at Ferry and Second.
CHESTRA, which will be heard
May 1. issue will be at 10
Performing the work will be at the Masonic Temple at 8:20
violinists Gordon Staples and p.m., next Wednesday, under
a.m. on Monday, April 27.
Emily Adams, violist Guyton the direction of Eugene Or-
Photographs for that issue
Amato; and cellist Paul Olef- m a n d y. The Philadelphians
A $100 prize for the best es- can no longer be accepted.
were the first symphonic en- say on "How Our Jewish Her-
Also on the program are two semble to cut a record, to make itage Has Helped Toward Build-
other first performances: a con- a sponsored radio broadcast, to ing a Better Amefica" is being
certo for cembalo (harpsicord) appear in a motion picture and offered to students of the Heb-.
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